Sadaqah directly translates to ‘righteousness, and in Islamic terminology it means to voluntarily give charity. What makes it different from Zakat is that it is not an obligation, but rather a practice meant to be done out of the goodness of one’s heart to help those who are suffering. Sadaqah can be given at any time of the year, but its importance increases significantly during Ramadan.

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